Samia Nasreen
Samia Nasreen
Lahore college for Women University Lahore
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Does foreign direct investment impede environmental quality in high-, middle-, and low-income countries?
M Shahbaz, S Nasreen, F Abbas, O Anis
Energy Economics 51, 275-287, 2015
Trade openness–carbon emissions nexus: the importance of turning points of trade openness for country panels
M Shahbaz, S Nasreen, K Ahmed, S Hammoudeh
Energy economics 61, 221-232, 2017
Causal relationship between trade openness, economic growth and energy consumption: A panel data analysis of Asian countries
S Nasreen, S Anwar
Energy policy 69, 82-91, 2014
Financial stability, energy consumption and environmental quality: Evidence from South Asian economies
S Nasreen, S Anwar, I Ozturk
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 67, 1105-1122, 2017
Causality between trade openness and energy consumption: What causes what in high, middle and low income countries
M Shahbaz, S Nasreen, CH Ling, R Sbia
Energy policy 70, 126-143, 2014
Dynamic connectedness between oil prices and stock returns of clean energy and technology companies
S Nasreen, AK Tiwari, JC Eizaguirre, ME Wohar
Journal of Cleaner Production 260, 121015, 2020
Time-frequency causality and connectedness between international prices of energy, food, industry, agriculture and metals
AK Tiwari, S Nasreen, M Shahbaz, S Hammoudeh
Energy Economics 85, 104529, 2020
Time-varying co-movements between energy market and global financial markets: Implication for portfolio diversification and hedging strategies
AH Elsayed, S Nasreen, AK Tiwari
Energy Economics 90, 104847, 2020
How do financial globalization, institutions and economic growth impact financial sector development in European countries?
S Nasreen, MK Mahalik, M Shahbaz, Q Abbas
Research in International Business and Finance 54, 101247, 2020
Long-run causal relationship between economic growth, transport energy consumption and environmental quality in Asian countries: Evidence from heterogeneous panel methods
S Nasreen, MB Mbarek, M Atiq-ur-Rehman
Energy 192, 116628, 2020
Dependence structure and dynamic connectedness between green bonds and financial markets: Fresh insights from time-frequency analysis before and during COVID-19 pandemic
AH Elsayed, N Naifar, S Nasreen, AK Tiwari
Energy Economics 107, 105842, 2022
Environmental consequences of economic growth and foreign direct investment: evidence from panel data analysis
S Muhammad, N Samia, A Talat
Impact of equity market development on renewable energy consumption: Do the role of FDI, trade openness and economic growth matter in Asian economies?
AK Tiwari, S Nasreen, MA Anwar
Journal of Cleaner Production 334, 130244, 2022
Exploring the time and frequency domain connectedness of oil prices and metal prices
Z Umar, S Nasreen, SA Solarin, AK Tiwari
Resources Policy 64, 101516, 2019
Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy and its Impact on Environmental Quality in South Asian Countries.
S Ali, S Anwar, S Nasreen
Forman Journal of Economic Studies 13, 2017
Assessing links between energy consumption, freight transport, and economic growth: evidence from dynamic simultaneous equation models
S Nasreen, S Saidi, I Ozturk
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 25, 16825-16841, 2018
The interaction between globalization and financial development: new evidence from panel cointegration and causality analysis
M Kandil, M Shahbaz, S Nasreen
Empirical Economics 49, 1317-1339, 2015
Relationship between FDI and economic growth in selected Asian countries: A panel data analysis
N Asghar, S Nasreen, H Rehman
Review of Economics & Finance 2, 84-96, 2011
Forestation, renewable energy and environmental quality: Empirical evidence from Belt and Road Initiative economies
MA Anwar, S Nasreen, AK Tiwari
Journal of Environmental Management 291, 112684, 2021
The impact of economic and financial development on environmental degradation: An empirical assessment of EKC hypothesis
S Nasreen, S Anwar
Studies in Economics and Finance 32 (4), 485-502, 2015
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